When The Camper Gets Closed Up For Winter

Today, we packed up pillows and linens. We emptied food from cabinets and cleaned out the fridge. We emptied the contents of our medicine cabinet into a tote, and bagged up unused rolls of toilet paper. Lounge chairs and garden ornaments are stacked in the shed. The fire pit, now cold, is left with only…… Continue reading When The Camper Gets Closed Up For Winter

My Kids Don’t Realize They’re Actually Best Friends

My oldest son once used his three-year-old brother as part of a living room parkour challenge. My two sons wake their sister some mornings by wearing a scary clown mask. Oh, and every once in a while, my daughter is caught persuading her younger brother to give her his toys – only to, moments later,…… Continue reading My Kids Don’t Realize They’re Actually Best Friends